it's amazing how we can all watch the same movie, but have different opinions on the same sequences I didn't see it like that - my interpretation was that they were desperate to find a fertile person, so enforced fertility tests. I saw that as an admission of a problem. To me that was the bias rants of a conspiracy fueled terror organisation. (think 12 Monkeys) The viewers of the movie didn't get to see the governments opinion or stance on anything, so I think it's unfair to accept the rantings of the Fish as gospel. It's a jump to assume that her state was due to being tortured - it could have been a great many number of things (ill health etc). I appreciated them not saying why she was in that state, and leaving it to the view to make their own conclusions. It wasn't implied at all - that's a complete jump on your part. Biologically flu doesn't cause infertility, but beyond that the movie merely states that were was a pandemic, but doesn't relate it to the infertility. He always has, and always will be an outstanding actor - he can turn his hand to anything. Pam Ferris was excellent in her role, but Moore was sadly underused in this movie. Something tells me that actor who played Luke is a current 'hot property' in British acting, and keeps popping up in various movies.